Why Vegan Men Should Date Outside Their Diet

Recently, a female writer for Vice “tried to find love on vegan dating apps.” Her article was unsurprisingly useless clickbait, but it pointed out a basic truth:
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A lot of vegan guys are thirsty.
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That’s not shocking. Most guys are desperate.

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But this is particularly disturbing for me. I’ve been a vegan for 17 years, so I don’t like seeing fellow vegan men acting pathetic on the internet.

On these dating apps, the author found a weird mixture of virtue signaling and sexual peacocking. Dropping casual lines about animal rights or feminism became the equivalent of flashing an expensive Rolex.

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Cringy and approval seeking to the extreme.

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But it got me thinking:
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Vegan men shouldn’t necessarily be searching out other vegans to date.
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Don’t get me wrong, I love sleeping with vegan girls. But I’ve also slept with plenty of hot non-vegans without a second thought. Can you guess what often happened after?
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Simple. They didn’t eat meat when they’re around me. I didn’t cater to their diet. I never apologized about mine. If they acted like a bitch about it, they were on their way out.
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Apply this to a wider social context.
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In a normal functional relationship, the man typically leads. So it’s natural that vegan men, emphasis on ‘men,’ would find it easy for their partners to eat less meat or become vegans. If vegan men were serious about their cause, they wouldn’t be adverse to fulfilling that role, both inter-personally and among society at large.
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All this leads to one obvious conclusion:
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Vegan men should step up.
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Foremost, no more begging vegan strangers to like you.
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And no more “awkward conversations” with non-vegans either.
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Definitely no more grandstanding and virtue signalling on the internet. Neither your opinions nor your stance on one issue will ever outweigh your character.
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But I have a solution. Some might say it’s extreme. I think it’s clear.
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Be cool, bro.
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Have cool friends. Do cool things. Learn to be radically responsible for yourself.
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Take care of your body, read books, meditate, dress decently, handle your finances. Take time to learn social skills and get good with women. Make efforts to improve yourself and thrive as a man.
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Do it for the animals.

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